Wanted to show you the pictures of the campground in Louisbourg. I had mentioned that we parked in the unserviced section, and that the serviced section had sites that were pretty close together.
Our site in the unserviced area
The serviced sites across from us. Packed in like sardines. Not even enough room to put a picnic table between them!
Cameron had his first night sleeping in an RV!
We could have stayed a third night at the campground in Louisbourg because we paid for two nights and they told us the third night was free. But it was a miserable day, and the actual modern town of Louisbourg is kind of dumpy and there's nothing to do there, so we decided to start heading back to the valley. We are housesitting for a couple we met while RV'ing in Mexico, and we need to be at their place for Thursday so we started to head back. Anyhow, last night was going to be free no matter where we parked for the night so there was no financial benefit to staying.
We ended up finding a parking lot by a trailhead near the town of St. Peter's. It's a nice boondocking spot just outside the boundary of the St. Peter's canal, a lock run by Parks Canada.
Sherman, boondocking near the town of St. Peter's (GPS 45.65247 -60.87190)
Looking back at the boats docked in the canal
Oddly, the fog cleared for a few minutes for this picture
A huge jellyfish we saw swimming in the canal
Drove 118 kms (73.1 miles) yesterday
Still overcast as I post this morning. Need to find somewhere to do laundry, and desperately need to find some sunshine. The weather is usually better back in the Annapolis Valley, so we might end up back there pretty quick, we'll see how it goes today.